YCD news —— Recently, USPS (United States Postal Service) reported performance indicators for the 2022 holiday season and delivery performance indicators for the first week of the second quarter of fiscal year 2023.
USPS said it received 11.7 billion packages and mail between Nov. 26 and Dec. 30, 2022. Unlike previous years, this year the company did not disclose specific package numbers for each service.
Here are USPS receipts for the past three years:
2020: 12.7 billion
2021: 13.2 billion
2022: 11.7 billion
USPS also reported an average delivery time of 2.5 days for its packages and mail in the first week of the second quarter of fiscal 2023. in particular:
First-Class Mail: 89.4 percent of first-class mail was delivered on time according to USPS service standards, a decrease of 1.6 percentage points from the first fiscal quarter.
Marketing Mail: 93.6% of marketing mail was delivered on time according to USPS service standards, consistent with performance in the first fiscal quarter.
USPS deliveries were also impacted in late December as winter storms battered the U.S. Midwest and East Coast, disrupting traffic, the company said. USPS will resume service in affected areas as quickly as possible. The 2022 holiday season is over, and USPS will continue to focus on modernizing outdated and aging distribution facilities across the United States in 2023 to provide high-quality services to the American public and business customers.